So Fenway Dump has been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Yep, National Register of Historic Places. How about if the National Wrecking Ball Association pays a visit?
Built in 1912, Fenway has narrow corridors, uncomfortable seats, terrible sight lines, weird nooks, small restrooms, smelly concession areas and view blocking support beams. Ridiculous in this day and age.
They should build a new park with a retractable dome (since Boston weather is so dicey), artificial turf (which has been improved dramatically over the years), symmetrical dimensions, mammoth video screens, multiple food courts to take a break at during a long game (Yanks-Red Sox games average time: 6:47), large brightly lit corridors complete with interactive games for the kids (the next generation of fans) and it should be built out in the suburbs surrounded by parking lots so it is easier for fans to get to.
OK, Red Sox fans, relax. I am totally kidding here. I bet you got "wicked" fired up reading the nonsense posted above.
I love Fenway Park. Every inch of it. It is baseball heaven to take in a game there which I've done about 20 times. I hope they don't make the same mistake the Yankees did by tearing it down and building a new park. Especially a new park that is more like an elitist shopping mall than a place to watch baseball.
Fenway Park is perfect. Except of course for the team that plays in it and their fans who tend to be obnoxious and irritating. Hey, how about that one? A Yankees fan calling another team's fans obnoxious and irritating. Now that's funny!